Gold Leaf Landscapes is owned and operated by Tim Patrick. Tim and his team of professional, licensed artisans offer a full service, tailor-made landscape design, landscape construction and garden care in the greater Auckland area. Tim has been in the horticultural services/landscape design industry for over twenty five years, beginning his career working for Bottanix Garden Centre in Remuera whilst completing his secondary school education. Following this, he completed a Bachelor of Horticultural Technology with honours at Massey University in 1995. Since graduating, Tim has held positions in New Zealand and England as a Landscape Gardener and in Retail Sales within the Garden Centre industry.
Before establishing Gold Leaf, Tim spent a 6.5-year career with one of New Zealand’s largest landscaping companies where he held positions including Garden Care Team Leader, Landscape Manager and Operations Manager of Garden Care in Fiji. In the latter role he was responsible for creating and maintaining high-end residential and commercial gardens and lawns in Auckland. Tim and his staff of 20 successfully cultivated specialised design/build projects.
Throughout his landscaping career, Tim has continued to develop his passion for the Design, Installation,and Care of Amenity landscapes. Tim has hand-picked his staff who are as passionate about their trade as he is. Gold Leaf Landscapes sees every job as a privilege and a commitment. They will work closely with you to enhance your outdoor space into something that reflects your lifestyle which will add value to your home our commercial property.
Our key philosophies are:
- To be customer focussed at all times.
- Be innovative in our approach to providing solutions to clients.
- Provide creative and unique options for clients that suit their budgets and lifestyles.
- Create landscapes that are easily managed and sustainable in Auckland’s unpredictable weather.
- Utilise the best quality materials and horticultural practices in our customers’ landscapes.
Continuously remain up to date with the latest horticultural and architectural practices.